articulated with the tongue body relatively close to the hard palate (adjective)
An enclosed field. (noun)
A street that ends in a dead end. (noun)
A very narrow alley between two buildings, often overhung by one of the buildings above the ground floor. (noun)
A cathedral close. (noun)
To obstruct (an opening). (verb)
To move so that an opening is closed. (verb)
To put an end to. (verb)
To make (e.g. a gap) smaller. (verb)
To have a vector sum of 0; that is, to form a closed polygon. (verb)
To make a sale. (verb)
To make the final outs, usually three, of a game. (verb)
To terminate a computer program or a window or file thereof. (verb)
An end of something. (noun)
Examples of word close
While "The Devil Inside" remains my favorite GRENDEL story-arc, "God and the Devil" is a close *close* second.
The notes sung by the voices are usually close to each other in pitch, resulting in Â“tightÂ” chords, or Â“closeÂ” harmony.
The soldiers being close together, -- in _close order_, -- they form a compact body that is easily managed, and consequently that lends itself well to teaching the soldier habits of attention, precision, team-work and instant obedience to the voice of his commander.
And she said I must tell you she will be with you, -- close -- _close_ to you -- in heart and thought, until the day shall come when she can hold you in her arms.
(i don't even want to think about how close you were) (well, as opposed to how *close* you are in texas...)